MARK MADNESS | Nos. 100-91 in Mark Adams' countdown of ASN's top 100 players
100. Austin Loop | Marshall
The 6-4 senior can really shoot the three-ball (39.8%). And speaking of threes, Loop is a triple major in biomechanics, clinical exerciseandpsychology with a 3.63 GPA.
99. Matt Donlan|Youngstown State
The junior isa sharpshooting Penguin. He was fourth in the nation last season with 46.3% on 3-pointers.
98. Jalen Hayes|Oakland
The junior's 15 doubles-doubles in points and rebounds last season put him on the the list. He averaged nearlya double-double in Horizon League play.
97. Josh Brown | Temple
The 6-3 senior averaged 8.3 points and 4.9 assists and is arguably the biggest catalyst forTemple'ssuccess if he is healthy.
96. Braxton Ogbueze|Charlotte
The senior, a career 42.7% shooter, plays for one of the best shooters ever in coach Mark Price.
95.Jacorey Williams | Middle Tennessee
This 6-8 senior, who sat out last season after transferring fromArkansas, will have MTSU fans in love!
94. Fletcher Magee | Wofford
The Terriers' sophomore finished third in the nation in 3-point shooting last season (47.9%) (No. 3 NCAA 2015-16) He Terrier-izesdefenders!
93. Joseph Chartouny|Fordham
An unsung Atlantic 10 sophomore point guard who doesn’t get enough love despite averaging 6.2 assists per game.
92. Erick Neal |UT Arlington
Lots of finishers surround this fine junior passer. The first-team All-Sun Belt playeraveraged 6.2 apg last season with 12.7 ppg.
91. Austin Luke|Belmont
The senior, averaging 6.3 apg, is a crafty passer for a great coach and program.
Above:Belmont's Austin Lukeled the Ohio Valley Conferenceand ranked 15th in NCAA with 6.3 assists per game. (CourtesyBelmont Athletics)